FireHouse (album)

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FireHouse
Studio album by FireHouse
Released August 21, 1990
Genre Glam metal
Heavy metal
Length 48:34
Label Epic
Producer David Prater
FireHouse chronology
FireHouse
(1990)
Hold Your Fire
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

FireHouse is the debut album by the American glam metal band FireHouse. Released in 1990, it launched the group into stardom.

Background[edit]

The record was certified double platinum in the United States, and gold in Canada, Japan and Singapore.

Firehouse spawned four singles, "Shake & Tumble", "Don't Treat Me Bad", "All She Wrote", and the band's signature power ballad, "Love of a Lifetime".

The song "Don't Walk Away" was used in a scene of the 2008 movie The Wrestler, directed by Darren Aronofsky.

Additionally, "Overnight Sensation" was a part of the soundtrack in the video game Brütal Legend.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Bill Leverty and C.J. Snare, except where noted.

  1. "Rock on the Radio" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 4:45
  2. "All She Wrote" - 4:27
  3. "Shake & Tumble" (Foster, Leverty, Richardson, Snare) - 3:30
  4. "Don't Treat Me Bad" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 3:55
  5. "Oughta Be a Law" (Ellis, Leverty, Snare) - 3:54
  6. "Lover's Lane" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 4:02
  7. "Home Is Where the Heart Is" - 4:48
  8. "Don't Walk Away" - 4:31
  9. "Seasons of Change" - 1:29
  10. "Overnight Sensation" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 3:56
  11. "Love of a Lifetime" - 4:46
  12. "Helpless" - 4:25

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification
USA 2x Platinum
Canada Gold
Japan Gold
Singapore Gold

Singles[edit]

  • "Shake & Tumble" Didn't Chart
  • "Don't Treat Me Bad" #19 U.S.
  • "Love of a Lifetime" #5 U.S.
  • "All She Wrote" #58 U.S.

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Executive Producer: Michael Caplan
  • Produced By David Prater
  • Engineered By Doug Oberkircher
  • Assistant Engineer: Ellen Fitton
  • Mixed By David Prater & Doug Oberkircher

References[edit]